The guidance of Gilly senior

NSW Sport & Recreation has teamed up with Stan Gilchrist, father of Australian Cricket vice-captain Adam Gilchrist, to provide cricket coaching in Lismore during these school holidays.

Stan Gilchrist is a recognised Level 3 coach and one-time Sydney first grade cricketer, and one needs only look at the exploits of his son to see the quality of instruction he can provide.

Participants will learn a variety of skills including how to drive, square cut or hook the ball; how to bowl faster, more accurately or spin the ball; and how to catch and throw down the stumps.

The camp is a great opportunity for families to get their children into cricket and learn the correct techniques at an early age as well as learn from the right people, said James Roberts from NSW Sport & Recreation.

The camp will be conducted from Friday to Sunday, January 20-22 at St Johns College Woodlawn. The cost is $249 and includes all accommodation, food and coaching.

Bookings are essential and its best to enrol early to avoid disappointment.

For more information and enrolment forms phone 6687 7168.


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